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Supplementary Materials

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  • I. Design of the PC nanocavity
  • II. Theoretical proposal of a scheme for large-scale applications
  • III. Fitting of spectra measured by heating cavity B
  • IV. Discussions about the coupling strength and the spectrum measurements on
    supplying power to heaters A and C
  • V. Calculations of transfer efficiency and its correction
  • VI. Experimental verification of a system with two cavities
  • table S1. Fitted parameters corresponding to experimental peak shifts as a
    function of heater power.
  • table S2. Fitted heating slope (efficiency) of each cavity.
  • table S3. Fitted parameters and transfer efficiencies determined from experiments.
  • table S4. Values of r obtained from measured spectra.
  • fig. S1. Design of the PC waveguide.
  • fig. S2. Design of the PC nanocavity.
  • fig. S3. Schematic illustration of a photon buffer system.
  • fig. S4. Single-bit shift operation.
  • fig. S5. Results of a numerical simulation of the 1-bit shift.
  • fig. S6. Results of a numerical simulation in which 6-bit units are connected in
    series.
  • fig. S7. Schematic representations of the sample.
  • fig. S8. Shifts of the eigenmodes by heaters A and C.
  • fig. S9. Measured optical Rabi oscillation.
  • fig. S10. Correction of the transfer efficiency.
  • fig. S11. Coupling efficiencies and Q factors of the cavities.
  • fig. S12. Schematic illustrations of photon transfer with two cavities.
  • fig. S13. Spectra measured while varying the detuning by local thermal oxidation.
  • fig. S14. Experimental results for photon transfer in the system where two
    nanocavities are coupled.
  • fig. S15. Schematic representation of a model of the two-cavity system.
  • References (18–20)

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